Fantastic Beasts 2 is looking for some younger versions of its cast of characters. Legends of Tomorrow recruits a mystical new heroine. The brains behind Stranger Things discuss the role of the monsters in season two. Plus extensive new looks at The Mummy and Transformers: The Last Knight. Behold, Spoilers!
Hellboy creator Mike Mignola announced on Facebook that there will be an R-rated big screen reboot for the demonic hero, this time starring Stranger Things’ David Harbour. Sadly, Guillermo del Toro seems to be nowhere in sight.
Still bummed there won’t be a Hellboy 3? There’s no better way to ease the pain than by consuming mass quantities of an off-brand Fireball inspired by the “red hot” comic book character. Actually, I can think of several better ways, but most of them involve chainsaws, starting fires, and blood moons.
Last year, comics legend Mike Mignola announced that he’d be taking a break from the world of comics after the poignant end to his work on Hellboy in Hell. Well, consider that break over (for now): io9 can exclusively reveal that Mignola is teaming up with Helena Crash artist Warwick Johnson-Cadwell for a new graphic…
For the better part of a decade, director Guillermo del Toro has teased, promised, and pleaded to make a third Hellboy movie. Star Ron Perlman is up for it and fans want it, but no studio has been willing to pay for it. A few weeks ago, del Toro got fans hopes up by saying he was going to try yet again—and instead,…
There have been rumors, hopes, and wishes that we’d finally get a third-installment of Guillermo del Toro’s Hellboy series. But Ron Perlman, the actor who brought Hellboy to life, says the series is most likely dead.
Mike Mignola has said goodbye to his most famous creation (at least for now). Today, the final issue of Hellboy in Hell was released, and there’s no last triumph among its pages, no final gruelling battle. It simply ends. In an age of high-spectacle comic books, shocking events, and massive scale, there’s something…
“Isn’t San Diego Comic Con in July?” you might be wondering. And you’d be right. But Adam went to the first inaugural Silicon Vally Comic Con on a personal invite from Steve Wozniak, and he pulled out all stops.
Thus far, 2016 is the year of the superhero. Deadpool and Batman v. Superman both shattered the box office, proving that audiences can’t get enough of costumes and powers. But what’s the best superhero movie of all time? And what’s the worst? Here’s our ranking of all 109 superhero movies to date.
Mythbusters may have finally called it a day, but that seems to have freed up time for Adam Savage to get back to what he does best: build props.
I mean, let’s be honest: giant red crimefighting demon or not, wouldn’t you want a pint at a place called “Rawhead & Bloody Bones?” Well, as you’ll find out in this exclusive preview of Hellboy and the BPRD: 1953... not many people would.
You might think a movie about faking the Moon landings would be mad enough—and especially once you throw in the idea of hiring Stanley Kubrick, director of 2001, to spearhead the project. But Moonwalkers looks much weirder than that.
It’s Halloween week, and that means there’s more spooky scares around than you can shake an equally spooky stick at. And nothing says Halloween reading like Creepy English manors, ghosts, and Hellboy, right? Good job, all of those things are in this exclusive preview of Hellboy and the BRPD: 1953!
Early in Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak, protagonist Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska) eagerly gives a story she’s written to a publisher. But he sends her away, with the condescending instruction that ladies should really be writing romance stories, not ghost stories. She balks at the critique—not just because he’s a…
Guillermo del Toro has only made eight films. Sure, a ninth is on the way (with 10 on deck after that), but he’s become such a well-known pop culture persona, that number feels low. Maybe it’s because his movies are so rich, they stay with us long after we leave the theater.
Chris Skinner has an incredible eye for drama and excitement. The freelance illustrator from Sheffield, England has created some of the most vivid and insane movie art we’ve seen in ages. Including some deep cuts, like Quatermass, and some truly vivid Godzilla action.
When Mike Mignola first imagined Hellboy nearly 25 years ago, the demon was a little bit different to what we now know as the iconic character. But now Mondo are taking that original artwork and turning it into an awesome figure — one that looks just like the original artwork.
Since it was established in 2000, the non-profit organization The Hero Initiative has been raising money to help comic creators in times of need — and their latest charity drive could net you some spectacular Hellboy art, as well as highlight a needy cause.
Hellboy beer! Just in time for the comic to legally drink it, we have been given the gift of Hellboy beer. Which is, of course, a red ale. Drink it until it really does feel like you've been hit with the right hand of doom.
Sometimes it seems like every villain is obsessed with murdering the hero of the story. (Or making the hero realize they're alike.) But it's not true — in fact, some of the best villains have their own goals, and the hero just happens to get in the way. Here are some great villains whose schemes don't revolve around…